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Tuesday Morning Texas Rangers Update

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The latest news and notes on the American League leading Texas Rangers

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Good morning.

Levi Weaver recaps the Rangers' come-from-behind 4-3 win over the Colorado Rockies last night.

Evan Grant writes that the Rangers stole one from the Rockies, literally.

Jeff Wilson reacts to the win and notes, among other things, the impressive contingent of audible Rangers fans at Coors Field last night.

T.R. Sullivan writes that the Rangers credit their coaches and scouts for stealing one in last night's comeback.

Grant writes that advice from Pedro Martinez, via new teammate Carlos Beltran, helped Yu Darvish have his best post-TJS outing.

Tracy Ringolsby writes about my favorite topic. (Hint: It's Nolan Arenado's hero.)

Wilson notes that Beltran says he's ready to return to the starting lineup after missing a few with a bruised quad, A.J. Griffin looking to go deeper in games, and the Rangers hitting their pitcher 8th for the first time ever.

Grant writes that Steve Buechele called in a favor from his old college roommate (that'd be John Elway) to have the Rangers' coaches observe Denver Broncos' training camp yesterday morning.

MLB.com's Ben Weinrib previews today's Coors finale as A.J. Griffin makes the start for Texas against RHP Tyler Chatwood of Colorado.

Finally, thanks to Greg Brady and Don Drysdale, John Paschal wrote about the moment we realized we wouldn't become big league baseball players.

Have a nice day!